Breakfast Meatloaf (including Pork Sausage Recipe)

My brother’s friend Cameron described to me a fantastical breakfast phenomenon he once imagined, called a “Breakfast Meatloaf”. I took on his dream as if it were my own and created this absolutely GD delicious breakfast meatloaf, using my maple-sage pork sausage recipe, combined with a goodly helping of vegetables, stuffed with hard boiled eggs, and drizzled with a spicy maple glaze. WHAT?

breakfast meatloaf

Ahem.

One of the best things about this (besides it being completely delicious and I want some more right now) is that you can make it ahead of time, cool it, slice it, and store it in the fridge for a few days. Like most meatloaf, it’s perfectly fine eaten cold (I’m not the only one, right?) and absolutely kick ass reheated in a pan with some butter to get some crispy lil bits all over it, then snuggled into some hearty bread slices — maybe with tomato, ketchup, more Sriracha — and eaten on the run or not. By “on the run” I mean, on the run from the law, obviously. Breakfast meatloaf sammy would make a great traveling lunch to send along with your friend who stopped by your house for aid while eluding the cops!

breakfast meatloaf slice

For a demonstration of making pork sausage and breakfast meatloaf, peep this video:

Full Recipe:

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Breakfast Meatloaf (including Pork Sausage Recipe)
 
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 pound ground pork
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon dried sage
  • 1 teaspoon dry mustard
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup (plus another for the glaze, below)
  • ½ teaspoon paprika
  • 1 raw egg
  • ½ cup diced onion
  • ½ cup diced bell pepper and/or jalapeño
  • 1 carrot, grated
  • 2 tablespoons minced parsley
  • 2 boiled eggs, peeled
  • Few leaves spinach
  • Glaze (optional):
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon Sriracha sauce
Instructions
  1. Set oven to 350ºF.
  2. Combine pork with seasonings, salt through paprika. Mix well with your hands.
  3. Add raw egg, onion, peppers, carrot, and parsley and combine well.
  4. Spread half the pork mixture out on a baking sheet, forming an oval about 6″ long x 4″ wide x 1″ thick.
  5. Wrap a couple of spinach leaves around each boiled egg.
  6. Cover each egg/spinach with half the remaining pork mixture.
  7. Lay the pork covered eggs down on your pork oval, lengthwise. Shape the now-weirdly-rounded loaf into a regular meatloaf shape.
  8. Bake 30 minutes

 

Comments

  1. What a great idea!! Seriously can’t wait to give this a try!

  2. Holy crap, Hilah! This looks so good it makes me want to go on the run before breakfast time. I’m going to try it, wish me luck.

  3. My God this looks impressive! I cannot wait to make this. I love your show by the way. It is fantastic!

  4. You are a genius, did you know that? I just finished making and eating this meatloaf and good grief. Loved the egg in the middle awesomeness! I might make it with ground turkey next time and serve it with a big salad for dinner. Thanks so much, Perin

  5. Bravo bravo! Actually u no what iam an Indian your recipe is superb…………….. I lov it but iam sorry that I saw your recipe little late I have published your recipe,your sweet name HILLAH to my street members to all my friends. From now iam your very…………….. Close fan

  6. I am thinking the addition of a few slices of bacon criss-crossed across the top could only help, right? Yum! Making this tonight!

  7. Oh heck to the yes, this looks amazing. My weekend plans just got tastier.

  8. Dude .. hilah.
    Quadrupled the recipe and made two loaves. It was outrageously good. Sriracha is so awesome. Thank you so much. I got pictures.

  9. Carolyn says:

    Ever since you posted this recipe, I’ve been makin it for ma man when he wants to put on da MUSCLE!!! It helps a lot, and is super delish obviously. Also it forced me to learn how to boil eggs properly, thaaanks Hilah!

  10. Hilah!
    Thanks for making my favorite dinner a breakfast! Now I will eat meatloaf all day. I’m gonna make this for ~8 people on next Tuesday. If I bake two loaves, how much longer should I leave it in the oven?

    Thanks!
    Joey

    • Yay! I have solved (or created?) All your problems! ;)
      I’d check them at 40 minutes, but they might need 45. If you have a thermometer, the internal temp should be 160ºF.
      Enjoy!

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